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David Mednicoff, assistant professor of Legal Studies, has been awarded the 2005-06 Faculty Development Grant from the Center for Public Policy and Administration (CPPA).

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Biology professor Margaret “Peg” Riley is scheduled to appear on the new PBS science series, “The Eyes of Nye,” in an upcoming episode on microbes and antibiotics.

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Peter P. Martunes Sr., 82, of Northampton, a retired skilled laborer at Physical Plant, died march 31 at Cooley Dickinson Hospital.

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Loretta M. Eiben, 78, of Amherst, a former assistant professor of medical surgery in the School of Nursing, died March 29 at the Center for Extended Care following a long illness.

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Evelyn D. (Day) Ruddeforth, 90, of Hadley, a retired head clerk in the Water Resources Research Center, died March 28 in Center for Extended Care at Amherst.

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Laura Jensen, associate professor of Political Science, has received the 2005 Johnson Award for Best Paper in Ethics and Accountability in the Public Sector in the "established scholar" category.

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Paul R. Fisette, associate professor in the Natural Resources Conservation Department, has been appointed to a national committee that will review and assess the benefits of “green schools.”

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Massimo V. Fischetti, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has received more than $70,000 worth of specialized computer hardware from the Shared University Research equipment donation program at IBM.

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A multi-institutional team of collaborators, including professor David Reckhow of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, has won two awards for its topical research on the use of ultraviolet radiation (UV) to treat water supplies.

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"A Melody of Curves and Angles," an exhibition of classical Arabic and Islamic calligraphy by M.J. Alhabeeb, associate professor of Resource Economics, opens March 28 at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center.

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